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/ J b -., J ! fk j .l,l @@@@@@@@@@ CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Education is CHRLV/'IAN @ when it leads to God {I  Chr. Jesus laid down its bani tmt, its essential content, when He said in o  HIs prayers: "Thiz is life eternal that they might know Thee, the only tr Whom Thou hast sent." Again He declared: It/an cometh unto the Father but by Me." F has or that reason CHRISTIAN education is Bible- K_ ed, drawing its instruction from the Scriptures  'Whicl are able to make thee wise unto ulva ".t. u through faith which is in (n-ist Jesus" and sre profit- _It. able for "instruction in righteousness, that the man o Cod may be perfect, morougy fm-nished unto all rood works." @ Bible is therefore the lear and complete and tll-lufficient source of all CHRISTIAN learning. fl_ We make it the founder/on and sole autbori.ty in all :I rrtrueion in our variotm agencies of Ctn'mtian edu- u cation. @ e invite yon and your family to use ese agencies your spiritual advancement. In this space t , With its tremendous advances and changes you n I focal point which will give life the equilibrium it -9- ust have if it is not to be upset by the terrific ira- n_ lct of this scientific day. That focal point is the Christ of the Bible. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH tl=e01n 1 Pulaski Chosmu New Holland HAVE YOUR 1 COUNTRY LIFE AGENT PRESENT TO YOU... -----. Your Country Life agent has an interesting and factual story about Country Life and its many benefim for you! It is a fascinating presen- tation and will take but a few minutes of your time. Call him and have him see you st your convenience. Learn the facts about Country Life and what is now available for you as a Country Life policyholder. Phone Today. ROBERT MAY SW 2.51 PULAS INSURANCE CO. One of the Co Compes AICHITECT'S DRAWING OF PROPOSED NEW HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION shows the east entrance. The new addition will be built south of the pres- ent school plant with a corridor connecting the two buildings. The need for additional classrooms and other facilities is the cry of most schools in the state unless they have built new additions or schools in recent years. The voters will have a chance to decide on this issue of $496,000 at a special election October 28. Polling places will be at the local high school and at the American Legion Home in Chestnut. II Ill AUCTION SALE THIS HOUSE AND LOT Located on South Washington and Wayne Streets. one Mock/tom square, will be sold to the Highest Bblder SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1961 AT 2.'00 P.M. Lot is 53.2 x 140 feet and is property of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rickords. HOUSE MAY BE INSPECTED BY CONTACTING Dean Cares, A00ent Roman aomer, Auctioneer. ml II Jiiii i JEFFREY, I, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Litterly, Mt. Pulaski. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cyrulik, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Litterly, Great-grandparents are Mrs. Alto Scott Of Springfield and Mrs. Bertha Cyrullk. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Volle are parents of a son born Thursday, Sept. 28 in ALM hospital. Grand. parents are Mr. and Mrs. George A. Volle and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Montgomery, Mt. Pulaski. They now have two children, the first being a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Davy Creager of Chicago are parents of a daugh. ter, born Saturday, Sept. 30, weighing 7 lbs. 9 oz. She has been named Paula Jean. Grand. parents are Mrs. Pauline Dennison of Springfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bastin, Mr. Pulaski area. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCormick of Mt. Pulaski vicinity, are par. ents of a daughter, born Saturday Sept. 30 in ALM hospital, Lincoln. Grandmothers are Mrs. August H. Hahn and Mrs. Lucy McCormick of Mount Pulaski. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyers, Jr. of Beason, are parents o a dau. ghter, born Sunday, Oct. 1, in St. Clara's hospital, Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Shanle are the parents of a daughter, born Oct. 2 at ALM hospital in Lincoln. The mother is the former Nancy Poffenbarger. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Howe of Spokane, Wash., are parents of a son born Wednesday, Oct. 4. They now have a son and a daughter. The baby has been named Jeffrey Lee and weighed 6 lbs. 14 oz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe of Latham, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hahn ot Mt. Pulaski. The mother is the form. er Karmin Hahn. The WSCS of the Methodist church is sponsoring a Rummage Sale, Nov. 24 and 25th, at 819 N. Broadway in Decatur. Rummage may be brought to the church . any time. I! you would like to : have things picked up, please call Mrs. William Jenner or Mrs. Wal- :: ter Barrels. METHODIST BAZAAR AND FOOD SKL NOV. 30 The WSCS of the Methodist Church will hold a Bazaar and Food Sale on Thursday, Nov. 30, in the Fellowship Hall o! the church. There will also be chilli. burgers, salad, pie and coffee for sale during the day. The public is invited to attend. This will be a good place to do your Christmas shopping. The hours will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. unless sold out before then. Optimist: One who never takes woe for an answer.